This moderate to difficult linear trail located at Restoule Provincial Park is as long as you choose to make it. Gibs Trail is a beautiful undeveloped backcounty trail that leads out of the park into adjacent Crown lands. This trail is generally unmarked and unmaintained but remains obvious as it progresses generally westward toward the French River. Bicycles are permitted on Gibs Trail. Sections of this trail remain wet all season and several beaver dam crossings can add to the difficulty. Book a campsite and also explore the Angles Point Trail while at the park.
Once outside of the park, Gibs Trail has several branches and dead ends. A GPS and accurate map are recommended if you plan to leave the park boundaries.
- Address8818 Highway 534, Restoule ON
- CategorySpring, Summer, Trek, Fall
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